The success of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte is synonymous with the legacy of visionary men. Its history is inextricably linked to the meeting of two men in particular: Nicolas Feuillatte, founder of the eponymous Champagne brand and intrepid businessman, and Henri Macquart, the founding father of the Champagne cooperative, Centre Vinicole de la Champagne. Having inherited the values of generosity and audacity, Nicolas Feuillatte celebrates the good times with emotion and intensity, creating precious moments for everyone. With its roots firmly planted in this enchanted land, fruit of the growers’ work and sculpted by the chief winemaker, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte epitomises the savoir-faire and inimitable house’s style defined by precision, elegance and finesse. All the elements align to create perfectly balanced Champagnes reflecting their origin. It all begins with perfectly ripe grapes vinified separately by cru, by different plot, and by grape varietal, which in years to come will form the cuvées within the range. Like an artist in front of a blank canvas, the chief winemaker is faced with a vast spectrum of textures and aromas, offering scores of potential combinations, which epitomise the beauty and sheer wealth of the Champagne region. And since quality requires time and cannot be hurried, the amount of time each Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne quietly rests in the cellars before its release far exceeds the legal minimum: at least three years, and as many as ten years for the most prestigious cuvées.
“Palmes d’Or; Champagne as a work of art.” A champagne for those seeking the finer things in life, this prestige cuvée celebrates a subtle, creamy style, backed by wonderfully nuanced aromas, in perfect unison, note by note. The Palmes d’Or Brut offers endless notes of fine honey, bee’s wax, dried fruits and tropical fruits, together with a subtle, nuanced touch of toast. Here the worlds of sensual pleasure and complexity collide, embodied in the intensity of Pinot Noir and unctuous Chardonnay style. Over time the grand cru wines dominating the blend express minerality, notably the Pinot Noir from Montagne de Reims, and come together in a burst of harmony, merging with the intensely tropical Chardonnay from Montgueux.